The number of wheelchair accessible taxis in Chicago has almost doubled since January -- it’s up to about 178.That’s according to the Regional Transportation Authority and Chicago Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection.And now a $1.7 million federal grant will help the ci
Some Chicago cab drivers are declaring war on Chicago city government after a committee vote Tuesday in favor of new cab industry regulations.Among the many protestors at Chicago's City Hall Tuesday morning were a few dozen cab drivers."
The City of Chicago is introducing broad changes to its taxi industry regulations.For one, the city is proposing new safety measures. Right now, drivers can work as many hours as they want, even if they're exhausted and shouldn't be driving.
The cost to take a taxicab ride in Chicago is set to go up.The city's Department of Business Affairs and Consumer Protection says that starting at 12:01 a.m. on Tuesday the taxicab fuel surcharge will increase to $1 from 50 cents per ride.